Welcome to the School of Ocean and Earth Science, Tongji University

HUANG Enqing

Time:2018-06-06Views:368

Enqing Huang    Associate Professor

Office Ocean building 411B

Tel021-65982357

Email: ehuang@tongji.edu.cn

Homepagehttp://ocean.tongji.edu.cn/space/ehuang/

Mailing AddressSchool of Ocean and   Earth Science, Tongji   University, 1239 Siping Road, Shanghai   200092, China


Education

2009.10-2013.07, University of BremenGeoscience major, Ph.D

2006.09-2009.03, Tongji UniversityMarine Geology major, M.Sc

2002.09-2006.06, Tongji UniversityGeology major, B.Sc

Employment

2019.03-now, Institute for Advanced Study (Ocean Science), Tongji UniversityAssociate Professor

2016.01-2019.02, Institute for Advanced Study (Ocean Science), Tongji UniversityResearch Associate

2013.09-2016.01, School of Ocean and Earth Science, Tongji UniversityPostdoc

Research interests

1. Tropical hydroclimate over geological time scales

2. Monsoon systems and paleoceanography of the western Pacific

3. Ocean circulation and marine carbon cycle

4. Foraminiferal-based proxies

5. Molecule biomarkers

 Projects

“Late Quaternary tropical sea surface oxygen isotope and the hydrological cycle”, 2018.1-2021.12, 700,000 RMB, Natural Science Foundation of China, PI

“The evolution of the oxygen minimum zone in the tropical northeast Atlantic since the Last Glacial Maximum”, 2015.1-2017.12260,000 RMB, Natural Science Foundation of China, PI

“Monsoon climate in the southern South China Sea across the penultimate glacial termination”, 2014.8-2015.8, 50,000 RMB, Postdoctoral Science Foundation of China, PI

 Publications

Huang, E.*, Tian, J., Qiao, P., Wan, S., Xie, X., Yang, W., 2015. Early interglacial carbonate-dilution events in the South China Sea: Implication for strengthened typhoon activities over subtropical East Asia. Quaternary Science Reviews, 125, 61-77.

Huang, E.*, Tian, J., Liu, J., 2015. Dynamics of the Australian–Indonesian monsoon across Termination II: Implications of molecular-biomarker reconstructions from the Timor Sea. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 423:32-43.

Huang, E.*, Mulitza, S., Paul, A., Groeneveld, J., Steinke, S., Schulz, M., 2012. Response of eastern tropical Atlantic central waters to Atlantic meridional overturning circulation changes during the Last Glacial Maximum and Heinrich Stadial 1. Paleoceanography, 27, PA3229, doi:10.1029/2012PA002294.

Huang, E.*, Tian, J.*, 2012. Sea-level rises at Heinrich Stadials of early Marine Isotope Stage 3: evidence of terrigenous n-alkanes input in the southern South China Sea. Global and Planetary Changes, 94-95, 1-12.

Huang, E.*, Tian, J.*, Steinke, S., 2011. Millennial-scale dynamics of the winter cold tongue in the southern South China Sea over the past 26 ka and the East Asia winter monsoon. Quaternary Research, 75, 196-204.

Huang, E.-Q.*, Tian, J., 2008. Melt-Water-Pulse (MWP) events and abrupt climate change of the last deglaciation. Chinese Science Bulletin, 53(18), 2867-2878.

 Teaching

Courses

Earth surface system and its evolution(postgraduate and doctoral course)  

 Sea-going Expeditions

International Ocean Discovery Program (IODP) Leg 368, South China Sea Rifted Margin, Hong Kong-Shanghai, April 9-June 11, 2017.

RV SONNE SO-228/Leg 2, “Glacial sequestration of atmospheric CO2 in the deep Pacific (EISPAC); The hydrologic cycle of the Western Pacific Warm Pool (WPWP) and its influence on the Indonesian Throughflow (WESTWIND); Seismic Survey to support the IODP-full proposal 799 (SIODP)”, Jayapura, Indonesia-Townsville, Australia, May 30-June 23, 2013.

RV MARIA S. MERIAN MSM20/3, “Response of Amazon sedimentation to deforestation, land use and climate variability (AMADEUS)”, Recife, Brazil-Bridgetown, Barbados, February 17-March 12, 2012.

  

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